Vogtland Autosport's latest project car, an Audi A3, is a lesson in safe tuning, meaning it covers itself in latex stickers before penetrating the autobahn. Actually, it means everything's done to quality spec and certified by T V, Germany's driving-safety group. It's got adjustible coil-over suspension (lowered 50 mm), six-pot brakes from ITS, spoiler kit from Rieger, 19" titanium chrome wheels from ITS, Toyo tires, Sebring-Twister exhaust and Clarion multimedia system. Sure, it's basically a cosmetics and handling package, but you know what they say. Speed kills. How safe would that be?
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